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Diversity

Diverse Group  

Different people.

Infinite backgrounds. 

 

 

It takes a world of talents and gifts to serve the needs of a shrinking planet.

2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering -- Professional

Congratulations to each of the early-career civil engineers whose achievements and promise have made them worthy of selection by ASCE as the 2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering - Professional Edition. Get to know them via profiles on each, plus videos submitted by many.

Resources

Diversity by Design coverHow do you staff your practice for the 21st century? Make it diverse. Learn to serve your community more effectively by hiring professionals that reflect its diversity.

Manual: Diversity by Design

Journal: Leadership and Management in Engineering, Diversity Special Issue

Webinar on Career Off-ramping

Encouraging the Return of Stay-at-Home Mothers to the Engineering Profession

Could You Be the Next Professional 'New Face' of Civil Engineering?

Are you a young civil engineer 30 or under, working to apply your skills to making a positive impact on the world? You could be one of ASCE's 2013 New Faces of Civil Engineering–Professional. One winner from each of the National Engineers Week Foundation's sponsoring engineering societies will be selected as each discipline's New Face, featured in a full-page USA Today spread during next year's EWeek. Act now to apply for nomination; deadline is Oct. 19.

ASCE Diversity & Equity Policy Statement

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) supports and encourages the equitable opportunity for participation of all people within the civil engineering profession without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, or physical challenges. The well-being of our global society will rely greatly on the civil engineering profession being able to provide the technical innovation and leadership necessary to meet the challenges of a changing world.  The ability of the profession to meet these challenges will require the full participation of all members of society.

Diversity Webinars

  Civil Engineering and Human Rights: What's the Connection? - This webinar will educate participants on Article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), explore the many connections between engineering, it’s applications and human rights and share opportunities to become inv

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ASCE Diversity Programs were funded in part by a generous grant from the ASCE Foundation.

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The 2011 Section and Branch Diversity Awards were fully funded by a generous grant from ARCADIS/Malcolm Pirnie.